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Logo Design; Fine Tuning

Logo Design; Fine Tuning

Now that you know the basics to design a logo, let’s review some other details that are not any less important to get a professional looking creation by helping you adjust your own brand images or those for your clients. A logo is made of a name, an image, a linear or geometric trace, if not a picture, but also readable. This means the use of fonts and selecting the right typeface for your brand is a must. Typefaces can become a logo by themselves as proof of this look at Google, Yahoo, Adidas, Coca-Cola and many other brands you identify more than for an image for the typeface. When designing your likes, think of no more than two typefaces but one is best and choose the style according to the whole concept. If you are designing the logo for an antique shop, you probably will not choose a Futurama or Alien font as typeface but Old English or Rudelsberg, except if you do not have common sense. Size...

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